NSF Announces Funding Opportunities for Small Business Tech Transfer Activities Members Only Content

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced a new "Phase 1 Small Business Technology Transfer Program Funding Solicitation" totaling approximately $5.6 million dollars. NSF will support high quality projects on important scientific and engineering that could lead to significant commercial and public benefit if the research is successful. The STTR research topic for this solicitation is...

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